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AB Sciex Opens China Center

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life sciences tools and services provider AB Sciex said today that it has opened a new proteomics-focused support center in Shanghai.

The Asia Pacific Application Support Center will provide mass spectrometry, biomarker, food safety, environmental testing, and other services and support for life sciences researchers in China and in the broader region.

The center will offer sample analysis, instrument and workflow demonstrations, training programs, customer support, and it will host scientific collaborations in a range of disciplines. The facility contains seven demonstration labs, a wet chemical lab, three lab stock rooms, training facilities, and a service area, AB Sciex said.

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